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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston Bayside
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Reviewed November 23, 2012

Recently stayed at this hotel for six nights. This is my second stay at this property, and rooms were priced much more reasonably for this area on this last visit. The staff are very friendly and insist on helping guests with every type of problem. Morning in the Cafe is still a little cumbersome, but the Starbucks and freshly prepared breakfasts are tasty. Room are comfortable and quiet, well maintained, but just a little warmer than the thermostat indicates, so turn it down at night!

Room Tip: Ask for a room away from the elevators! They are busy all night long!
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled on business
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Reviewed November 16, 2012

Situated just off i93 South, and adjacent to two massive car parks, this location is not pedestrian friendly. Rooms are on the small side, also, the location is under the flight path to Logan airport, so factor in noise. Speaking of noise, the A/C units are the old type units, wall mounted under the window and very loud.

The Market Place cafe, is self described as a 'limited service dining experience'. It is very, very basic and frustratingly disorganized. On two occasions, the wait exceeded 15 minutes for basic coffee and cereal. Most of the food is pre-prepped and not that appealing.

Gym is small, on the 2nd floor. Max weights are 30lbs, with 2 running machines.

Overall, if the main City hotels are sold out, then this hotel is a distant option.

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled on business
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Reviewed November 14, 2012

The DoubleTree is a little tricky to get to but is in southern part of the city and is ok as hotels go. I chose this hotel due to my visit to Quincy, Hingham and Boston during my stay and in an effort to build up my Hilton Rewards but not thrilled that you must be Gold or above member to get free internet. I could have stayed elsewhere and gotten free internet.

Staff is nice, rooms clean, convenient on site food place with limited menu, but good for the business traveler like myself. Price was ok, not sure I would book again since I have to pay for internet, Im just getting to silver with HiltonHonors.

I find the internet issue an inconvenience that Hilton should consider revising since so many hotel chains offer free wifi. Heck, you can go to starbucks, panera and even mcdonalds for free wifi but not a hilton hotel unless you're a HiltonHonors gold member? Really??

  • Stayed: November 2012
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Reviewed November 8, 2012

I stayed here for three nights at the end of a tour of Canada and New England. Why the holiday company use the hotel is a mystery. The hotel is situated in the middle of nowhere. This might not be such a problem if the hotel had a restaurant but it doesn't. All that it has is a small, fast food outlet that operates at a snail's pace. The breakfasts that I had there were poor too, there wasn't even any cereal on offer. The bar is no better either, it's tiny and we waited for over 5 minutes whilst the barkeeper chatted to another customer totally indifferent to the fact that there were customers waiting to be served. One of the waiting customers eventually asked the barkeeper if she would mind serving them. Not the efficient service that you usually associate with the U.S.A. If you haven't got your own transport then you will need to get a taxi to go into Boston (cost me $20 to get to Quincey Market) or go via the subway, which is situated reasonably close. The hotel rooms are fine and the staff helpful, it's just the terribly inconvenient location and the lack of a restaurant that make the hotel unsatisfactory.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled solo
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Stephen_Pole, General Manager at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Boston Bayside, responded to this reviewResponded November 13, 2012

Thank you for taking the time to share feedback on your recent stay with us in Boston. We’re sorry to hear you were disappointed in our food options and that the quality of the items and service didn’t meet your expectations. At our property, we want to serve fresh, tasty dishes with the caring touches of home while maintaining a reasonably quick service. We work continually to improve our offerings, and your comments will help us to do so. We hope you’ll stay with us again to experience the quality service and stay you expect should you return the area in the future.

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Reviewed November 1, 2012

We stayed four nights at this hotel in Boston and found it to be an excellent choice. Not knowing Boston it was luck that we discovered this gem. The hotel doesn't have a restaurant but it has a little express "cafe" where you can order light snacks, breakfasts and beverages to take to your room or eat in the little lobby dining area complete with televisions, tables and chairs. There is a small bar with stools in one corner and comfortable big wrap around chairs to sit in while waiting for cabs or while having a drink from the bar.
The rooms were a good size, clean and well appointed. The beds were wonderful, comfortable and large. The whole hotel was clean and well maintained with friendly staff who always greeted you when you met them in the lobby or in the hallways. The hotel is located near the walkway along the harbour for those who enjoy early morning jogs or just to meander along the water when time allows. The subway (UMass/JFK) is about a five minute walk and it takes about eight minutes to get downtown to Boston Common. We used the subway once and found it efficient and would have used it more often had we stayed longer. The hotel is located within walking distance of the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum but isn't really near any restaurants so we always ate downtown before returning to the hotel. That worked well for us as we were touring all day anyway. Cab fare from the hotel to downtown can range anywhere from $15 to $25 depending on the time of day and traffic times.
The desk staff offers you warm chocolate chip cookies on arrival and they are excellent. Denesia, the desk clerk that was on duty all four nights while we were there was wonderful. She was so willing to help out and had a wonderful sense of humour. She made our stay so much more enjoyable. We looked forward to seeing her smiling face when we walked in the door, tired after a day of walking and visiting historic sites.
If there was any complaint at all, I would say it was with the bartender at the lobby bar. He told us he'd been in Boston for 36 years yet, he didn't really understand English very well, or get our drink orders correct or even hear our orders when we placed them. He seemed disconnected from his clients and more interested in the sports on the TV's surrounding him. He made our experience at the bar during our first night so unenjoyable that we preferred to have our drinks downtown before returning by cab to the the hotel for the next three nights we were there.
For our purposes, this hotel was in an excellent location and the price range was reasonable. Location was close enough to the downtown area but not as expensive as the downtown hotels. We would definitely stay here again on our next visit to Boston. We would use Boston's very efficient subway system more the next time and we'd make more use of the harbour walkway. I'd recommend this hotel to everyone.

Room Tip: We were on the third floor looking towards the water. Higher up on the other three floors would allow a better view. Facing the front of the hotel wasn't as picturesque.
  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with friends
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